Note 4 leaks on AnTuTu with Snapdragon 805 and a 64-bit Exynos CPU, QHD display confirmed

Note 4 leaks on AnTuTu with Snapdragon 805 and a 64-bit Exynos CPU, QHD display confirmed
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 announcement is more than two months away, but there's a bunch of info floating around about the phablet, which we collected in our dedicated Note rumor round-up. Today, the AnTuTu benchmarking database has been populated with not one, but two alleged Note 4 models, codenamed SM-N910S, and SM-N910C.

The "S" apparently stands for the version of the handset with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, while the "C" model indicates a powerful Exynos 5433 will be in store for the Note 4, as you can see in the benchmark screenshots below. Now, that new Exynos processor is described as an octa-core endeavor with Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 combination of processor cores, clocked at 1.3 GHz maximums. These are both ARM's first 64-bit processor cores, combining frugal power consumption with screeching fast performance. The GPU is listed as ARM Mali T760, which means that the Note 4 should perform equally well in the graphics department regardless of whether it comes with Snapdragon 805 or the Exynos 5433. The RAM memory is pegged at 3 GB, with 32 GB of internal storage coming standard on both Note 4 variations.

Screen resolution is reiterated to be Quad HD, or 1440x2560 pixels, and now that we already have the Galaxy S5 LTE-A with a Quad HD Super AMOLED display made official, it's not hard to believe that the larger display of the Note 4 will also be QHD. The actual screen size is not listed here, but is rumored to remain the same 5.7" diagonal as in the current Note 3 edition, and we'd say it's a good thing, especially if Samsung has managed to shrink the bezel further, stuffing the stellar specs in a more compact chassis. 

The rear camera is listed with a 16 MP sensor, just as on the Galaxy S5, though it's specualted to be a new Sony IMX240 sensor with optical image stabilization, rather than Samsung's 16 MP ISOCELL bit. A relatively surprising 3.68-megapixel front camera is shown, whose number of pixels coincide with the 3.686 million pixels found on the display itself, so Samsung may be on to something here, but we'll have to wait and see if this camera/screen resolution reciprocity will result in a new feature. As for the actual announcement, it is widely expected to follow Samsung's usual Note unveiling schedule at the fall IFA Expo, which this year starts on September 5th.

source: AnTuTu via G4Games

Related phones

Galaxy Note 4
  • Display 5.7" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP / 3.7 MP front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos 7 Octa, Octa-core, 1900 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3220 mAh(20h 3G talk time)



1. grahaman27

Posts: 364; Member since: Apr 05, 2013

Do you guys even know what 'confirmed' means?

4. Duketytz

Posts: 534; Member since: Nov 28, 2013

If it appears on Antutu, it's pretty much confirmed in their views

50. gabyteodor

Posts: 7; Member since: Oct 24, 2011

Also android 4.4.3 =>3 =>Half Life 3 Confirmed!! Oooops... wrong forum :(

8. Ashoaib

Posts: 3282; Member since: Nov 15, 2013

I hope they will use 6inch display with colorful SAmoled like on s5 and note 4 will be mine

45. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

How about 1 out of 2? Super AOLED is a probable. 6 inch QHD is not. I am hoping that OIS makes it to the Note 4. Then one will be mine.

23. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

They don't Care. PA only cares on how many clicks they can get on a pointless article with no real info. I'd say wait till the devices comes out with full details.

44. tech2

Posts: 3487; Member since: Oct 26, 2012

This ^


Posts: 2315; Member since: Jul 30, 2011

Of course they do .... 'confirmed' means it was posted on the website AllThingsApple; once it's published there it's as good as 'confirmed'!

2. promise7

Posts: 894; Member since: Jul 03, 2013

Nice, just hope they don't come w/ the dot pattern back of the S5 or diamond pattern back of the S5 LTE-A, both don't really look appealing.

14. NotAGeek

Posts: 279; Member since: Jan 26, 2014

Agree,i would take the ol' school fake leather anytime.I've compared fake leather and perforated back and i feel that fake leather feels better

30. james.blunt.1973

Posts: 41; Member since: Dec 15, 2013

I really don't care if the back comes with real band aid, cause I will get that beast a beauty dress (Flip cover I mean)

3. StraightEdgeNexus

Posts: 3689; Member since: Feb 14, 2014

I'll take the snapdragon non-curved/flexed version.

5. Donzzy

Posts: 14; Member since: Jun 12, 2014

It's about time the front camera should be upgraded, if possible with LED flash for the selfie addicts lol. The back cover should be polycarbonate but with metal finish, I detest carrying metal phones that may fry my hands while playing games or doing heavy tasks.

6. Anshulonweb

Posts: 468; Member since: Feb 07, 2014

is snapdragon 805 64bit??

9. jian9007

Posts: 27; Member since: Nov 20, 2012

No, it's not. The upcoming 808 and 810 Processors will be the 64-bit enabled ones.

46. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

Plus, the OS needs to be 64-bit enabled.

7. salaal

Posts: 109; Member since: Dec 08, 2013

This time exynos is more powerful :D

10. somad

Posts: 169; Member since: Apr 17, 2014

I want 4 gigs of ram not 3 gigs

31. james.blunt.1973

Posts: 41; Member since: Dec 15, 2013

Why? I never run into short memory in my original Galaxy Note. I don't care what number is as long as all apps and game run smoothly...

11. AfterShock

Posts: 4146; Member since: Nov 02, 2012

No test scores?

12. MarkArigayo

Posts: 240; Member since: Dec 18, 2013

Full RGB AMOLED, please. PenTile matrix era is over now.

16. zuckerboy

Posts: 898; Member since: Dec 22, 2011

agree amoled plus would be awesome

19. enderw33

Posts: 12; Member since: Jul 05, 2013

hahahaha...i wish! samsung would rather use a pentile QHD screen and make the gpu process 77% more pixels for a measley 16% increase in subpixel density over a proper rgb FHD screen. pentile is and always will be a huge must pay reviewers to pretend they cant tell the difference. one glance at s5 vs one(m8) in verizon the other day and it was glaringly obvious. Even at 1080p, text and straight lines (i.e. 90% of the internet) look fuzzy around the edges. Really disappointed in samsung about this as my note 2 is getting a little long in the tooth. It looks like im going to have to choose between a proper home button and a proper rgb arraingement. F*ck samsung for using pentile and f*ck google for forcing on-screen buttons on everyone else

40. Jason2k13

Posts: 1462; Member since: Mar 28, 2013

I'm zooming in your comment right now with my note 3, should I take a screenshot so you can show me where the fuzziness is? Or your just talking crap about Samsung? If so... Then carry on.

51. 0xFFFF

Posts: 3806; Member since: Apr 16, 2014

You don't need to zoom in to see the fuzziness. Just display text on a light colored or gray background and it is easy to see that the fonts are fuzzy around the edges/outlines. It's amazing how people argue against resolution when the benefits are so obvious, both scientifically and from basic common sense. They should go back to using a PC with 640K memory and a VGA screen.

22. sar44

Posts: 278; Member since: Apr 14, 2014

for what?

33. kamejoko

Posts: 252; Member since: Nov 10, 2011

stup*d. gpu render direct image resolution. GPU doesn't know or it doesn't care LCD is pentile or RGB. Because content show on LCD (Amoled) control by microchip on panel.

13. billgates

Posts: 555; Member since: May 29, 2014

Can't wait!

15. UglyFrank

Posts: 2194; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

That 5433 looks amazing

17. livyatan

Posts: 867; Member since: Jun 19, 2013

Well, this news clearly place the Exynos model as the better choice of the two. It makes the Snapdragon 805 outdated in comparison. This Exynos is basically comparable to the Snapdragon 810!

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